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ST. JOHN. NEW BRUNSWICK 




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King Square 

The only Hotel In the City with Private Uwn and Garden 

Flit, Bnd O Co., Propritlcr, Jcin H. Bnd, UaHat.r 

ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK 



NEW BRUNSWICK 



CANADA 



NOWHERE on this North American continent 
can one spend a vacation so satisfactorily and 
so cheaply as in the Canadian Province of 
New Brunswick. Here can be found every requisite 
to an enjoyable and satisfying holiday. The beauty 
of the scenery, the comfort and attractiveness of 
the many seashore and inland resorts, the ease and 
facility with which these can be reached either by 
land or water, the abundance of fish and game, and 
the unrivalled facilities for boating, camping, and 
canoeing must continue to make this paradise of the 
pleasure lover and the sportsman more and more 
popular. The climate is equable and bracing. 
Most interesting historical associations cluster about 
the early days when French and English struggled 
for supremacy. Practically every town, village and 
hamlet has its local traditions. 

Sportsmen all know that New Brunswick is the 
land of big game and that more and bigger moose 




EENNEBEACSIS, ROTHESAY, N. B. 



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are yearly killed in its forests than in any other 
section either of Canada or the United States, and 
that there are deer, caribou, bear and smaller game, 
as well as wildfowl, such as geese, ducks, partridges, 
woodcock and snipe to be had in abundance. The 
Restigouche is the world's most famous salmon 
river, while its greatest rivals are other New Bruns- 
wick rivers. The forests, rivers, lakes and streams 
lure the hunter, fisherman and canoeist with promise 
of the finest sport whether with gun or rod. 

If your desire is to camp, canoe, fish or hunt, the 
New Brunswick Tourist Association, St. John, N. B., 
will put you in communication with guides who are 
reliable and trustworthy. Perhaps you prefer a 
quiet boarding house in some delightful country 




A NEW BRUNSWICK TROUT. 



resort or on the sea shore, or quarters in a modem 
hotel in a summer climate that cannot be equalled, 
with comfortable days, cool nights, and no hay fever. 
Write the Secretary, stating your wishes. 

French Acadians, descendants of those hardy and 
intrepid pioneers who first settled North America, 
inhabit a large section of the province, speaking their 
native tongue and maintaining in a measure the 
manners and traditions of their 
ancestors. The summer tourist will 
find a visit among their beautiful 
and picturesque settlements along 
the upper St. John or on the North Shore one of the 
pleasures of a lifetime and will carry away most 



Historic 
Interest 




MONUMENT TO SAMUBL DB CHAMFLAIN, DISCOVBRER OF THE 
SAINT JOHN, ON QDEIN SQOJUUt, SI. ;OBH. 




SUSPENSION BRIDGE AT SI. JOHN OVER REVERSING .ALLS 

I>ARK LINK ON ROCKS SHOWS He'oht TO WmCH 

TIDE RISES WHEN FALL REVERSES. 



pleasant memories and a keen appreciation of the 
important part the Acadians are playing in the 
agricultural and industrial life o' Canada The 
Grand Falls on the St. John river are second only 
to Niagara on the American continent, while the 
gorge IS far wilder and more pictur< que than that 
of the Niagara. Along the North Shore is seacoast 
scenery unrivalled on this continent. 

From Boston, New Brunswick may be reached in 
a few hours by the All-r^il Line, Boston & Maine 



Maine Central and Canadian Pacific Railways, or by 
the palatial steamers of the Eastern Steamship Com- 
pany, and from Montreal by either 
^OUr to the Canadian Pacific or Intercolonial 
Get There Railways. If the tourist should be 
in Nova Scotia, it is but a two hours 
voyage in a fine steamer across the Bay of Fundy 
from the Land of Evangeline, or an all-rail ride on the 
Intercolonial. 

St. John, the chief commercial city of New 
Brunswick, has many attractions. The tides in the 
harbor, which have a variation of twenty to twenty- 
seven feet, pnxluce a phenomenon on the water front 
g~, , _ that astonishes and surprises the 

^ity of visitor, who is also interesteo in 
St. John the craft of all nations loading 
cargo at the wharves. The remark- 
able Reversing Falls have no counterpart in the world. 
With each turn of the tide the cataract turns. Some- 
times there is a fall up-river, sometimes a fall down 
stream, and at other times a placid surface over 
which a canoe or racing shell can be sailed with safety. 
St. John City was founded by the United Empi' ■ 
Loyalists, who, refusing to join in the American 
Declaration of Independence, abandoned their homes 
and moved to Canada. Amon|; (heir cherished 
possessions was the Royal Arms which formerly 
hung in the Council Chamber of the Old Town 




BOAR S HEAD. ST. JOHN RIVER 



Houie, Boston. This today occupies a place 
of prominence in Trinity church, and is an 
object of interest to many visitors to the city. The 
church itself, a twautiful structure, contains many 
other memorials that will repay inspection. Great 
historical interest attaches to St. John because of 
the defense of her husband's fortress by Madame 
La Tour, the wife of a French trader and adventurer. 
Her story, so graphically told in Whittier's beautiful 
poem, "St. John," is one of the noblest and saddest 
in the pages of the early history of the country. 
With a summer temperature that never exceeds 




BROWN S BBACa AT ST. UARTtNS, N. B. 



eighty degrees, excellent hotel accommodation, beauti- 
ful streets, buildings and parks, St. John is a natural 
centre from which tourists branch out in all directions 
over the Maritime Provinces. Ten iniies from St. 
John in one direction is beautiful Loch Lomond; 
nine miles in another, the charming village of 
Rothesay; and twelve miles in another is lovely 
Westfield on the St. John River; while closer at hand 
is the Bay Shore and Duck Cove, reached by the 
street cars, with a glorious outlook over the Bay, 
and fine opportunities for surf bathing. St. John 
in the winter season is one of the busiest ports on the 
Atlantic seaboard, for then great ocean steamers 



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Aat in summer ply to Quebec and Montreal on the 
M Lawrence come to this ice-free harbor to discharge 
and secure cargoes. * 

th^ilTZ'°""''' ''"'"''' '""'^^ ""•' voyage on 
the S John Rrver between St. Joh., an.l Frederfcton, 
and If t.me will permit should take side trip, on the 




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PASSENGER STEAMER ON THE ST. JOHN RIVER 

tributary rivers and lakes, also traversed by steamers. 
The Grand Falls also should be visited by those 
who enjoy natural scenery that is unrivalled. 




EOSSIL ROCK. DALBOVSIE, N. B 
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VIEW ON GREEN RIVER, MADAWA9KA COUNTY, NEW BRUNSWICK 

Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick, reachsd 
either by steam or rail, is a beautiful city. The 
Parliament buildings. University and Provincial 
Normal School and the Church of 
Frederic- England Cathedral, one of the 
ton The purest specimens of Gothic archi- 
Capital lecture on the Continent, are 

worthy of inspection. The streets 
are level and shaded with beautiful trees. Old 




DAM FALLS, H. W. llnAiaCHI, N. B. 



Government House is a quaint structure of hUtoric 
interest. Across the river are the towns of Gibson 
and St. Mary., nd three miles up the Nashwaak 
stream from Gibson is MarysviUe. Fr«lericton 
IS a great canoeinR, fishing and shooting centre 




CBARLO rALLS, 



Above Fredericton, are Woodstock, Grand Falls 
and Edmundston, and a game country that is famous 
the world over. 

The North Shore of New Brunswick comprising 
the counties of Northumberland, Gloucester and 
Resugoucht, is also famous as resorts for sportsmen. 



The Miramichi, Neplsiguit and Restigouche are 
world-famed salmon rivers, while the deep woods 
Tl. IW 4U "^ '*'* haunts of big game, and the 
I ne r^Ortn sea shores the home of wild fowl. 
Shore The Miramichi, with its pictty 

towns of Chatham and Newcastle, 
and villages along the short, .s a iruly noble river. 
Bathurst, at the mouth of the Nepisiguit, and Dal- 
housie and Campbellton on the Restigouche, are 
most attractive resorts. The Intercolonial Railway, 
owned and operated by the Canadian Government, 




ESKIDILLOC. NEAR CBATHAU 

traverses this portion of the Province, which tourists 
will find one of the most delightful in the whole 
country, the seashore resorts being particularly 
attractive to the summer visitor seeking beautiful 
beaches and cool breezes. 

Other most attractive points reached by the 
Intercolonial, are Sussex, where the local militia 
camps each summer; Moncton, where the famous 
tidal bore of the Petitcodiac River may be seen; 
Sackville, a pretty university town, on the border of 
the great Tantramar marshes; Richibucto, Buc- 
touche and other Kent County centres where there 
are magnificent beaches and beautiful s*.5nery and 
good boarding houses and hotels; also to be found at 
Shediac, and Point du Chene, the point of departure 
to Prince Edward Island. 




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haS'.!l.ri,^"''h°' ^"f\^ '»«"y place, which abo 
have .pccal charm, for the tourist. Chief of thc« i. 

Bav of • ^^""^^' *'"' it* famous Algon- 

F..«J^ q">n Hotel, the finest summer re«>rt 

r unay m Canada, managed by the Cana- 

°'^" Pacific Railway Companv a 
K arantee that i. is of the best, and ChamcoorUke 

Wami ofT'' "■f"''"' "'"'°''- The beautifu 
Hlaml of ( am,K,l,eli„ with the Camp„l«llo Inn, is 
another p,,pular and well conducted resort The 
-land of (.rand Manan also is worthy of a v sit and 




A MIRAHICHI BEAR, 

those who desire salt breezes will find these places 
unnvalled both in the beauty of the scenery and the 
a tracfveness of the surroundings. Other towns 

order sVgT ^'^ ^l' ''^'"'^"' °" ''" '"'--''-I 
border, St. George, the centre of probably the finest 
fishmg reg.on in the Province, excepting only the 
Nor h Shore; St. Martins, where there is one of he 

co^ "Z u ''"'"" '"""S '*•« -""'•^ Atlantic 

coast and excellent accommodations for summer 
tounsts at moderate rates. Still further .p hTray 




INLAND BORE. MONCTON. N. B. 



are Hillsboro, Hopewell, Albert and Almo The 
wonderful rocks at Hopewell Cape, sculptured into 
many curious shapes by wave and tide, are a source 
of interest and wonderment to all who see them 




CAPE BRULE BEACH, 5HEDIAC, N. B. 




A NEW nRUNSWICK .MOP;Ji— " ANSWCKINC THE CAI.I. 



HOTEL LIST 



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St. John.. 



Rate per dny 

SsyjC.,: : : : : : :?SS°tS,?^r-:^:»- fS 

4.(» 

a.flo 

2.00 
2.00 



•A. M.phiins ;::; 2!oo 



'N'ortli) 
(Weal) . 
(Wet) . . 



Anjover 

Ben Lomond , , 
Bonny RivL-r 
Bathurst. . . 



Bnrlil,,!,..,.. 

Bculah 

Campobello. , 
Chatham , . , 



Chipman. , , 
Dallioilsi.; . 
Dorchester. 
Kvandale. . , 
Freflericton. 



\'lctoria Hotel 

.riKton lloufe |1. E. OrieVT.'. lol) 

.Park Hotel E. Ilowoj... I'H! 

.(.ran.l Union Hotel . , . W. H. MrOuadc 1 vi 

.Lansdowne Hou«.. .w. H. BuMIn -; 

n?." '"'■'.'" , J.F.Morrl»n w an 

■""""'''fWl; Loui.Green. l^to 200 

.St. John Hotel Mr.. II. L. Incerso 1 

:?etrrH"o?r <-■»»'■ B.AdaL :::.:::::::: 

. Dilfferin House 

.Western House. 
Mrs. \yin. Fleming. IW lla^^n Street 

■Perleyslloid .1. Allen Perley 

.Ben Lomond House. .Mrs. S. H. Barker 
.Bonny River House.. .T. A. Sullivan 
.Robertsons Hotel, . . ,<;eo. Robertson 2 

Sweeney House w. Sweeney 

JUr White House... J. wE" 
.\\ ilbur House Percy Wilbur 

Leiier House A. Landry... 

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1.25 
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1..W 
l..'iO 
2.0() up 



2.00 
2.00 
2.00 



1 ..tO up 
l.fiO up 



The Darre! House 
■ In<'h Arran I louse 
Windsor Hotol . . 
"Evandali 



2.00 up 
l.rriJto 2.00 



..lohn K. Dean 
• W. K. Ti.it. . 
John (). VanWart. , , 



2.(X) 
2.00 up 



Hrand F;UI>«. 
Orand Man;in, 
North Head. 

Grand Manan. . . 

Hampton 

Harvey Station. , 
Hillsbot-ouRh. . 
Jacpiet River. . 

Kiusston 

I-oi-h I-omond. 

Lontf Rear'i 

McAdam 

Monrton 



Barker llouso t \- k\^''"V^' -■f" ^" •'^■00 



I-OHK 

■ Curlf 



])otel 
* Hotel 



I*. D. McKenzie. . . , 

Chas. Curlesfi ' ' 2] 



(Wto 2.50 
l..'»0 to 2.00 



,00 



■ \V hale rove Farm 

Houne.. 
The Maratlion Hon 
-Wayside Inn, . 



Mrs. S. Thcmas. , i m 

•Cha^ Prttes ... 1 -J 

.Mrs.Win.l.,,nKstroth, 

. ilios. Kohifion 1 no 

. Sherwood & P.Kk ...'.'.' 1 ."50 



2.rK)to 2.iV) 



Newcastk' . , 

Norton 

Orouiocto. . 
I'ort Klpin. 
Rothesay , . . 

Rne<Vs Point 

Riversifle 

St. An(irew3. . 



. ,.u. McSweency 2.,(o to 2:50 

■ ;■ ., ^.'J'AEher y.oo 



St. Martina! '. 



shediac.,:::: 

^hediae C'ai>e. 
St. Stephen. . . 

SackvilJe. . ! ! ! 

Woodstock .'.',■ 



■ Robison'i* Hotel 
Prinre All)ert Hotel 
Doyle'^i Hotel, . . 

. NIapl-ridse Lojlue. . . .MissNorthnin." 

?.-2;.h Lomond House . Mrs. K. B. Johnston ' 

::x?:Ri^&,io,e,:::?'?:S--c^,^— 2vy' 
::B;;S?k'Ki A■™■.''^ Wallace:; ■■ ^■" 

Minto . . . 

..Miramiw 
C. mphellV- Hotel. 

'*'""'■" ^'■■-j;F."siocker:::::i.Mi„-2:o6 

Th. Kennedy Hous.: ! Jo.f 1^;;^;; : j «y 

.K'Sw, T.B. Robert.,, ;;:::J:5« 

.Shepody Hotel ... .<;.■ Robinson ;, i -^j 

■we1l'-'i""°'"'""-W. F. Brown .;•■ -™ 

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2.00 
2.90 to' 3.00 



THE CLIFTON 

159 - 143 GERMAIN STREET 
ST. JOHN. NEW BRUNSWICK 



Newly furnished and re-opened uuder new and 
capable manaBCment. Peerless cuisine. From "The 
Cupola" a commanding view of the horlior, city and 
surroundings may be obtained. 

RATES $2.00 TO $2 60 PER DAY 

H. E. GREEN, Proprietor. 











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under new man- 
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renovated and 
newly furnished 
with baths, car- 
pets, linen, silver 
etc. Passenger 
elevator. Ameri- 
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VICTORIA HC 


)TEL 


87 KING STREET ::: SAINT JOHN, N. B. 


A. M. PHILFS, Manager 





THE INN Also at St, . 

most unique resorts to be found anywhere. 
Rates $2.r)0 a day and upward. 



ALGONQUIN HOTEL 

St. Andre ws- by -thE'Sea. Reached by 
the Canadian Pailfic Railway. An incom- 
parable retreat. A perfect health retort. 
Renowned for beautiful scenery. This 
house has recently been greatly enlarged 
by the addition of a new Areproof wlnR. 
Rates $3.50 per day and upward with 
special inducement to those making pro- 
longed stays. Beautiful Sea Bathinc 
IN Warm Water for Children as well 
AS Adults. Splendid Opportunities for 
Fishing, Shooting and Boating. 
Andrews. One of the most charming and the 
Situated close to the ocean aide. 




THE KENNEDY HOUSE 

Rothnay, Kinn Co., N. B. Beautifully situated on the : 
River, nine miles from St. John over the Intercolonial Railway. A charmlnc 
summer home for those seekii.s .e^I a;id health. Fine boating, bathing uia 
o n own g; beautiful drives and shady walks. Daily mail, telephone and 
Uverr^ Rate S1.A0 per day and upward. Spedal rate by the wcdLjoMpIl 




THE INN, CAMPOBELlO ISLAND. N. ■. 

In Pasatnaquoddy Bay. off Eastport. Maine. 

The Campobeli-o Corporation, 
Campobello, N. B., 

11 East 59th St., New York. 




THE TOURAINE 

New modern hotel, with latest improvementa; long distance telephone 
in every room; lighted throughout with electricity; private baths and heauti- 
fuBy furnished room«: service and chef best money can procure. Hotel 
Touraine, Limited. Chatham, N. B.. 

RatPi: S2.50 per dm> upward. P. Archer, Mana^r. 







BEN LOMOND HOUSE 

This bouse ia beaiitifiillj- situated on the shores of Loth Lomond within 
•fght of loity Ben Lomond. It is fitted with hatlis and all modern eonvt-nienoea 
and makes an ideal resort for the pleasure stecker and sportaman. There are 
excellent opportunities for trout fishinM in 8ea.-«)n. also large and small name 
during the hunting SL-ason. Bo-itinH and canoeinn. Daily nMil. Rates per 
day i\.m to f2.m. Si«-eial rules by the week. Mrs. S. II. Bahkkr, Ben 
I^mond, I'. O.. St. John Co., N. B. 




WELDON HOUSE, SHEDIAC. N. B. 

Situated on the Northumberland Strait. Reached hy Intercolonial and 
Canadian Pacific Railway, and by steamer from Prince Edwatd Island daily 
One of tlie best summer resorts in the Maritime Provinces. Nice shaded 
grounds, tennis lawns, etc. Sea-bathing and good boating. Nice airy rooms. 
Trout, bass and mackerel fishing in season. Also during the open aame season, 
mooae, deer, partridge, duck and woodcock. Rates per day. $1.50 to $2.\t. 
Special rates by the week. Jaa. D. Weldon, Proprietor. 



M^.i- w i t B ,i 




HILLHURST HOUSE 

Sltusttd ricv™ and a hair mlln from St. John, on the Kfnn.h«:raiii river. 
Beautiful dnvti. lino boatlna. liihinii and tiathinrf. No moiqiiltn.-.: telephone 
connection. Comtortable room., and every attention Hiven to nucst. 
Reachetl by Intercolonlil to Kalrvale Station, or by .teamer ■Hampton" 
which give, a beautiful lall up the Kennebecail. river. A tourist resort that 
|1 unequaltal. Rates m-r day Jl.ai; by the week. M.CK) to J7.CKI. Team! 
meet all trains and boats. Ad.lress T. B. Roberts. Fairvale P. () Rothe»y. 
*:'-'M Co.. N. B. 




WHALE COVE FARM HOUSE 

An ideal spot for the tourist, witit fine opportunities for bathing, driving 
and fiahing. A comforuble farm house with the best of table board and 
pleasant rooms. Grand Manan Is reached by direct steamer "Aurora" weekly 
from St. John or by Eastern Steamship Line to Eastport, and thence across 
by "Aurora." House is tltuated Ji of a mile from steamer landing. Terms 
Der week. J5.00 and S6.(XI h reaaonaWe rates for children. For further 
iJifomiatloD. write to Mrs. St.^hen Thomas, Whale Cove Finn Holla*. North 
Haul. GkuuI Maun. N. B. 




■ ONNY RIVER HOUSC 



w(AlS!!:»^«T» '* ""J well-eniilPPfd hotel, too yards fiom th^ N*-w Brunt* 
rli^ nJi'*'"" •*«"*«>; tlV"""" at Bonny Hivw. (;ocxl lUi-ry in ronnettion. 
Loiy and convenient ftihing and hunting lodRei at McDouKall. Diitdeguuh 

"id Rtd Rock Lakes, from two to twelve 

tnilei from hotel, at each of which a 
thoroughly comijctent man cook ii kept 
during the leaaon. r.oo-l boati and 
canoM at all lakes. Trout fiihing In the 
Magaguadavic Valley region Is unexcelled. 
During the ojwn game season, moose, deer, 
bear, partridge and woodcock are abundant. 
Careful and Mperienced guides furniBhed. 
Full outfits for canoeing and tenting trip! 
on Magaguadavic River and connecting 
■treama. Motor b<»ti for trolling on 
th^ InHoH ••jnn ^^ ^ WT ainerent lakes. Rates at hotel or one of 

UKiuaed. Wi-SO to W.OO per day. Cor. iolicited. T. A. Sullivan, Proprietor. 





PRINCE ALBERT HOTEL 

Thli house !■ well litt-^ted with afgood view. Two minute* walk from 
RaUway .Station. and-> reachedifrom St. John by Intercolonial Rallway'T) 
Salwfaury, thence Salisbury and Harvey RaUway. Livery, pleasant drivt. 
and good trout fishing. Always cool at night. Subrwood ft pBot 
Proprietors, HUlsborough. Albert Co.. N. B. 

41 




INCH ARRAN HOTIL 






WINDSOR HOTEL. 

SAINT STEPHEN. N. B. 



i^-**0-»vi,T«;-e.»-*tf.C.t.*ft-6 




CwitnUly 
LocaUd. 



UkM Cut MM 



Kiw.towiiin.Mw tor. 



CoKhc. M jH TrMN 



Hi«w«i«mmiii«t.iii^ 



W. FRED NICHOLSON. Proprietor 



til 




.llu^lrd In ,hc f«, famrd Miri.ml.hl l:„„nt,v. „™ ,Uy (,om ..Jlrcd. At 
onr CI,,,, wr h.v^ balh tnh, hoi .m,l ,„l,| „„,„ „„,, „p,„ ^„ p|,„, ^^ 

h.»r a ,„,,l „„K»., carll. ml ,l„.r „.„„,„.. „„„^ v„„. w :,l„ make a 

■prchilly „( han.llinu n.hlnx i.ini,... b.,lh iul,„„„ anl Iroiil 11 v„ii havr ■, 

can.,™. ,v,m.. al„n„ in ,,,,. ,„„ ..„„„|,.,„ „„„., „k|„„ n,,. ,^ 

fUym: Wr„. f„, ,„„,i,„b,. an.l w. will h,- «l.„l ,„ an-w^r all e„,|ulr»-. 
and «lve n.frn-nce, l,„„, „W1 known .w,t,mrn. ,VI Ir™, Cro.. c^k York 
County, Mew Bnmtwtik. 




THREE ISLAND CAMPS MACAGUADAVIC LAKES. 

Thret Uland Camps on MB8aiua(la^! Uke»; the n.o.: beautif.il .tretr' 

^.T'^!''Z ?™°"""'' ""«» ' " l""!' "f P«eled l-w. clean and ,oo.„y, 

m«U. KTved In dto^n. camp,; .ood troat fUhlnj, „n^ Wp,. and hunting: 

Ihe Utter .ndudin, duck, •mp..-Bartridg., and alljmiUl bum. .. .ell a. mo„«. 

^rJ^.^,,^,'7 '"""V^ " "^ '"••' •""• '» ■°°'»' •»•'• 
Y ifc ^°^ • ^" '" """t"'"" ■» Adam Moore & Son. ScotfaTMilto 



I IN WINTER 




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PACIFIC 

\ RAILWAY ^ 



Tourists 

Anglers 

Vachtsmen 

Campers 

Canoeists 



TO 



NEMf BRUNSWICK 
PLAN YOUR TRIP 



— V I A - 



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ALL RAIL LIxNE 



* OIRCCT ROUTE BCTWCCN - 

BOSTON — PORTLAMD — BAHGOR 
AU JPointajnJ»ew EngUnd States 

HBW BRtmSWICK—HOVA SCOTIA 
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 
CAPE BRETON and NEWFOUNDLAND 

TWO FAST EXPREES TRAINS 

EACH WAY 

-:- EVERY WEEK DAY 

_Betw»en BOSTON and ST. JOHN, N. B. 



PULLMAN SLEEPERS 
AND PARLOR CARS 



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BOSTON, Maaa. 



C. F. BY. 
MONTn■A^eAH. 




r. K. BOOTH BY 
« p.*. M.O. Ilv. 
'OHTUIIID, MK. I 



There Are Few 

places better than the 

Maritime 
Province s 

of Canada 

New Brunswick. Nova Scotia. P. E. Wand 

for a Summer Holida y 

Surf Bathing on smooth, sandy beaches. 

FSin"ser "'"""""•"'^'■"""^-'rivers. 
risning m sea, rivers and lakes. 

There Are Few 

countries better served by railways 
for the 

Intercolonial 

Railway 
There Are Few 

r.^ay publications better than •• F.„... s.™.„ 

lao „, T " " * *^" *■•'"•" book of over 
200 paees. beauhfully .llustrated, and describ« 
th„ portion of the Great Dominion of Canada i„ 
much detail and can be obtained by send ngten 
cents in stamps to cover postage to 

General Passenger Dept. 

InUrcolonU Railw., of Cu«l. 

MONCTON, N. B. 




Take your " Lady of the Beeches " 
And your rifle and your line 
—TO— 

^oba*cotias^eto|5rmt£iUiicfe 

THESE NAMES ARE SYNONYMOUS WITH 

TROUT 
"°°'' SALMON ^OO-X^OCK 

Domjaiofl Atlantic Railway 

DOMINION ATLANTIC RAILWAY STEAMSHIP LINES 
DIRECT FROM BOSTON 

Ask us for information re Clubs, Camps, Hotels, 
Lakes, Streams and Meadows, with which these 
SUter Provinces abound. Let us engage or put 
you in communication with a competent guide. 



- \ J. F. MASTIM*. 



*•■ WASMinaTON BT.. 

BOSTON. Mas«, 



R. U. Parkid, 

KCMTVILLC, 



P. GiFKiNS, • General manager 



EASTERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY 

THE INTIUNATIONAL mouti 
BETWEEN 



BOSTON. MASS. 
PORTLAND, ME. 



AND ALL POINTS IN 

New Brunswick 
IToTa Scotia 
Prince Edward Island 
and Newfoundland 



DIKECT SERVICE 

THREE TRIPS WEEKLY— JUNE 19th TO SEPTEMBER 30iH 

COASTWISE SERVICE 

THE YEAR ROUND 

Staal SteuuUpi: " Calvin Amtiii," " OoYsmor Cobb," 
" OoTernor Dingley." 

nJS-l'i' yi",'™ Telesiipli Equlpmnit. Wdl-lighted and Veotilated 
Deck Ob«nr»tlon Dtolnii Rooms. Clean. Comfortable, Bsdusive 



Sta'ieroomi."'S'mrenlratWritina Desks' for 'Pa»«aiJ5S' 

rJSS^ll "^ ^"^. •"•^ Ticket or Tourist Aient. or write to 
GMeralPajsenjerAmnt. for Time Tables, Ulustnited lltemtuiVaS 

ffo"X!"c.^°T„&SSf3L'^- *^"'* c<»«"^. 

CALVIN Austin, c. c. mowN 

PRK*IBENT. a*N«N«L PASSKNai* aacNT 

rosTtii's WHAar. Soaroa, Mass. 



The International Railway 

NOW 0»N FOR TBAFFtC Z- 

SShlf^^i d.^rKr^^^^'^9^ **'" *".« Intercolonial Railway. al» 
wuittteameTi during season of open navlxatlon for various noints on 
the Bay and Gulf, and at ST. LfeONARD with the Can. Paafic Ry" 



THE Salmon and Trout fithlnc 
of the Rettlgouche River and 
lU branches, rank as the 
best In the world. A noted sports- 
man from England, after an ex- 
perience on this river, declared 
" It Is worth a trip acrosn the At- 
lantic to catch a salmon on the 
Restlgouche I" 



THEwoodiabouod with Moose 
Caribou. Deer.Partridie and 
other game: Geese, Brant, 
Duck, Snipe, etc., are also obtain- 
able m remarkable number, all 
making it pre-eminently "a happy 
hunting ground," 

CoutpfUnt nitidet art alwiys 
avaitablt. 



to thf • loZfU^iit "„f"^K°' Sm'.'? '" ft, Toronto Glo,., referring 

SSira;.'h"e&°i?r„S°!. "» °°""»'°°' -5S'^ ?e,e°b'r,°S 
B„.., ^'""i,'".u?"', "^?.'' Chaleur •' dewrvM sptclal notice. Here the 
te JTu""!""" '" *" *■""'■» ■»»■ be enjoyed. The name .Irofh nj 

lU"qXr?l;eJS"ee»n'"ca^«'^'Ae5S:«' "-'■ "'°^-» " 
M^.^^l^ySS',^':""" "'"" ""' """ "•"^ '»" »' 

I. M. *HDIR«ON,HANA<iI», «. A. »H0RII|»,11U, ,IC1IAHA0«B 
CAMPBBLLTON, N. B. 

o,Mc.:^or.?ri5„".V;™ssrci;s°;;sss""s{°^„-K » . 

THE INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY CO. OF NEW BRUNSWICK 

THOMAS MALCOLM, GENERAL MANACBR. 
- Governed bv Atlantic Standard Time. ■ 



feaint Joftn »iber mtm^ip 
Companp, limited 



HIVKR ST. JOHN 

TVS ■niMK 0» AMHICA 



^itturejiqtte anb Cber Cttanging Atenerp 

SAINT JOHN TO VB£DEBICTON. 



li,.J^ "Sf^f-" Magnificent Steel Steamer, elegantly 
fitted for Tourist travel, with Observation pirlo™ and 
Staterooms. 

LeavesSaint John Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 

rA^t»"V\ t"^*"^"1' '?"""■"« the alternate days 
to Saint John, leaving Fredericton at 8 a. m. 

FARE J1.60. RETURN »2.00. 



I.. A CURBKT, H. KBLTIK JONKS, 

TELEPHONES: 

Manacu's OrncE. St. John Maiw 70S 

Wauhousi, St. Jonx Main 2070 

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Every Visitor to the Province 

SHOULD READ 

Hay *s History of 
New Brunswick 

A vivid description of its exploration and settlement 
and of Its cliief actors, scenes and events. 

PRICE SO CEffTS. 



Canadian History Readings 

An interesting record of the chief evsnts of Canada, 
written in detail, by some eminent historical writers, 
mcluding the late Sir John Bourinot, Professor W. F. 
Ganong, the late Dr. James Hannay, Sir Jamea LeMoine, 
Dr. W. O. Raymond and others. 

PRICE tl.0O. 

The most 'tUiTiiiB InctdeoU ia Canadian hUiory have been 
•elected.— il/mlr«iiJ WUntis. 

For Sale at the St. John, N. B. Tourist Association 




Cotttfete' f nfocmatfon Sureau, JSoactt of ScaSe IRooms, 
Do. 85 prince Vim. Street, St. John, n. JS. 

Tourist literature, railway and steamboat folJers and time 
tables can be had on application to the secretary. 

Complete list of hotels and boarding houses, both in the 
city and throughout the province, as well as hunting and fishing 
resorts, with rates and other informatian, are kept on file. 




GULF OF ST. LyltFRENCE. 



iiwfouMuan 




MABimcK Provinces of Canada 

■ HOIWINO 

ST. JOHN 

Thb Natural Centre for the Tourist 

OR Sportsman. 

•T. 4eiin •• aoMi oonviniimti.t maohid than am* 

OTMIA OITT IM TMC HAAITIMI MIOVIMOCA. 

AU ruen m thi luamm raevnwiA am Mem auiu 

mAWIIB mOM ST. JOMM THAM rWOM AHV OTMOI POMT.